Our studio at 210 St. James Street, is available for use by local students and professionals. Our studio is uniformly lit and has the largest green screen in Mid-Missouri.
Green screens are used in all forms of digital art in a process called chroma key compositing. This is a technique for compositing two images or frames together in which a color is removed and replaced by another image. A everyday example of this process is implemented in weather forecasting; where a meteorologist appears to be standing in front of a large map.
The biggest challenge when setting up a greenscreen is even lighting and the avoidance of shadow, because it is best to have as narrow a color range as possible being replaced. A shadow would present itself as a darker color to the camera and might not register for replacement.
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